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We enhance individual and organizational performance through the application of Personality Theories.
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webinar
October 18, 2011, 1:00 PM EST Freaking Out Part II
Casey Samulski (ENFJ)
This Workshop is recorded

Perfect for academic advisors and counselors. Help the stressed out college student make important decisions.

What you will learn:

  • Do's and Don'ts for working with college students and personality type.
  • What causes the "3rd function crisis" that nearly all college students experience and how to help them through it.
  • How a student's personality type, particularly their "2nd" and "3rd" mental functions impact their career satisfaction.
  • The latest and greatest (as in statistically best) methods for discovering one's personality type.

More Information

This webinar will focus both on the emotional struggles college students face and the stress of choosing a major and a career. The webinar will include the latest understanding of personality type and how it impacts college students.
 
Special co-presenter:  Amy Evers
 
If you missed Freaking Out, Part I, no need to worry yourself.  You can purchase the recording and listen to the previously held webinar.


Two 90-minutes interactive web sessions, October 18 & 25
Price per person 99.00
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Majors Personality Type Certification

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Testimonial

"I have the pleasure of teaching type to my adult learners. I teach in a Business Management program at a community college. My students range from 17 - 77! Regardless of the generation, "the lights come on" when these students learn about type theory and how to apply it to their personal and professional lives. "

Lydia Gilmore, Assistant Professor
attended Certification Training